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DETERMINANTS OF HAPPINESS Determinants of hedonic level Physiological basis of hedonic experience
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Physiological basis of hedonic experience, brain, cerebrum, nerve, neuron
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Authors Title / Source Year Huber, R. Instinkterfüllung und Corticale Hemmung.Biologische Aspekte Menslicher Glücks.(Instinct Gratification Biological Aspects of Human Happiness.)
Hommes, U.;Ed.:"Was ist Glück?", Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag, 1976, München, Germany, 127 - 148
Johansson, G. Subjective Well-Being and Temporal Patterns of Sympathetic-Adrenal Medullary Activity.
Biological Psychology, 1976, Vol. 4, 157 - 172
Morgan, E.; Mull, H.K.; Washburn, M.F. An Attempt to Test Moods or Temperaments of Cheerfulness and Depression by Directed Recall of Emotionally Toned Experiences.
American Journal of Psychology, 1919, Vol. 30, 302 - 304
Rombouts, R.; VanKuilenburg, C.J. Hedonie, de Ontwikkeling van een Vragenlijst. (Hedonia, the Development of a Questionnaire).
Gedrag en Gezondheid, 1988, Vol. 16, 117 - 123
Tellegen, A. Structures of Mood and Personality.
Tumi, Ahmar, D.Eds..: "Anxiety and the Anxiety Disorders", Erlbaum,1985, Hillsdale, New Jersey, USA, 681 - 706
Lane, R.E. The Market Experience.
Cambridge University Press, 1991, New York, USA
Mayring, P. Psychologie des Glücks. (Psychology of Happiness).
Kohlhammer, 1991, Germany
Boiron, C. La Source du Bonheur. (The Source of Happiness).
Albin Michel, 2000, Paris, France
Layard, R. Happiness: Has Social Science a Clue?
London School of Economics, 2003, Lionel Robbins Memorial Lecture 2002/3, London, UK
Hamer, D.H. The Heritability of Happiness.
Nature Genetics, 1996, Vol. 2, 125 - 126
Delgado, J.M. La Felicidad. (Happiness: What It is and How You Get It).
Temas 'de Hoy, 1999, Spain
Nettle, D. Happiness. The Science behind Your Smile.
Oxford University Press, 2005, Oxford, UK
Bartels, M.; , G.; DeMoor, M. H.; Viatcheslav, S Heritability and Genome-Wide Linkage Scan of Subjective Happiness.
Twin Research and Human Genetics, 2010, Vol. 13, 135 -142
Walburg, J.A. Mentaal Vermogen Investeren in Geluk. (How to Invest Mental Ability in Happiness).
Nieuw Amsterdam Uitgevers, 2008, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Chemali, Z.N.; Chahine, L.; Naassan, G. On Happiness: A Minimalist Perspective on a Complex Neural Circuitry and its Psychosocial Constructs.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2008, Vol. 9, 489 - 501
Urry, H.L.; Dolski, I.; Jackson, D.C.; Nitschke, J.B. Making a Life Worth Living. Neural Correlates of Well-Being.
Psychological Science, 2004, Vol. 15, 367 - 372
DeNeve, J.E. Functional Polymorphism (5 - HTTLPR) in the Serotine Transporter Gene is Associated with Subjective Well-Being: Evidence from a US nationally representative sample.
Journal of Human Genetics, 2011, Vol. 56, 456 - 459
Sutton, S.K.; Davidson, R.J. Prefrontal Brain Asymmetry. A biological Substrate of the behavioral Approach and inhibition Systems.
Psychological Science, 1997, Vol. 8, 204 - 210
Crema, Genes, Economics, and Happiness.
Working Paper no.2010-01, Crema, 2010, Basel, Switzerland
Burgdorf, J.; Panksepp, J. The Neurobiology of Positive Emotions.
Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 2006, Vol. 30, 173 - 187
Russell, J.A.; Feldman Barrett, L. Core Affect, Prototypical Emotional Episodes, and Other Things Called Emotion: Dissecting the Elephant.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1999, Vol. 76, 805 - 819
King, J.E.; Landau, V. Can Chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) Happiness be Estimated by Human Raters?
Journal of Research in Personality, 2003, Vol. 37, 1 - 15
Bozarth, M.A. Pleasure Systems in the Brain.
Ed: Warburton, D.M. "Pleasure: the politics and the reality", John Wiley & Sons 1994, New York, USA
Berridge, K.C.; Kringelbach, M.L. Building a Neuroscience of Pleasure and Well-Being.
Psychology of Well-Being: Theory, Research and Practice, 2011, 1 : 3
Suardi, A.; Costa, T.; Sotgiu, I. The Neural Correlates of Happiness: A Review of PET and fMRI Studies using Autobiographical Recall Methods.
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience, 2016, Vol. 16, 383 - 392
Li, Q. A Theory of Happiness
Li, Q. A theory of happiness: An integrated theory of happiness based on experimental results in neuroscience and evidence from surveys on happiness
China-Canada Institute of Happiness. Shenzen, China, 4th edition April 2012, 188 pages
Ahern, G.L.; Schwartz, G.E. Differential Laterization for Positive and Negative Emotion in the Human Brain: EEG Spectral Analysis.
Neuropsychologia, 1985, Vol. 23, 745 - 755, 1985.
Chermahini, S.A.; Hommel, B. More Creative through Positive Mood? Not Everyone!
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 2012, Vol. 6, 1 - 8
Stederoth, D Transmittiertes Gluck. Uber die Reichweite neuro-kognitiver Glucksforschung (Transmitted happiness. On the reach of neurocognitive happiness research)
Ed: Hoyer, T. : Ed.: ' Von Glück und glücklichen Leben", Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2007, Gottingen, Germany, 200-221
Esch, T. Die Neurobiologie des Glücks: Wie die Positive Psychologie die Medizin verändert (The Neurobiology of Happiness: How positive Psychology Changes Medicine)
Georg Thiemer Verlag KG, 2014, Stuttgart, Germany
Kok, B.E. Upward Spirals of the Heart: Autonomic Flexibility, as indexed by Vagal Tone, Reciprocally and Prospectively Predicts Positive Emotions and Social Connectedness.
Biological Psychology, 2010, Vol. 85, 432 - 436
Berridge, K.C.; Kringelbach, M.L. Towards a Neuroscience of Well-Being: Implications of Insights from Pleasure Research.
Brockmann, H and Delhey, J. (eds.) "Human Happiness and the Pursuit of Maximization. Is More Always Better?", 2013, Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands.
Dolcos, S.; Katsumi, Y.; Moore, M. Neuroscience and Well-Being.
Diener, E. et al (Eds), 2018, "Handbook of Well-Being. DEF Publishers, Salt Lake City, USA
Rector, J.L.; Elliot, M Hormones and Well-being.
NOBASCHOLAR, 2018, E. Diener, S. Oishi, & L. Tay (Eds.), Handbook of well-being. 1 - 17
Vandeweijer, M. P.; Bartels, M.; Baselmans, B.M.l.; VanderDeijl, W. A growing Sense of Well-being: a Literature Review on the Complex Framework Well-being
van de Weijer, Margot, et al. "A Growing Sense of Well-being: A Literature Review on the Complex Framework Well-being." PsyArXiv, 21 Feb. 2018. Web.
Pecina, S.; Berridge, K.C.; Smith, K.S. Hedonic Hot Spots in the Brain.
The Neuroscientist, 2006, Vol. 12, 500 - 511
Cipresso, P.; Riva, G.; Serino, S. The Pursuit of Happiness Measurement: A Psychometric Model Based on Psychophysiological Correlates.
e Scientific World Journal, 2014, online, Article 139128, 1 - 15
Berridge, K.C.; Kringelbach, M.L. Affective Neuroscience of Pleasure: Reward in Humans and Animals
Psychopharmacology, 2008, Vol. 199, 457 - 480
Mitchell, R.L.C.; Phillips, L.H. The Psychological, Neurochemical and Functional Neuroanatomical Mediators of the Effects of Positive and Negative Mood on Executive Functions
Neuropsychologia, 2007, Vol. 45, 617 - 629
Heathers, J.A.; Brown, N.J.; Coyne, J.C. The Elusory Upward Spiral: A Reanalysis of Kok et al. (2013)
Psychological Science, 2015, Vol. 26, 1140 - 1143